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ALBUM REVIEW: "Echo Echo" 

Patrick Jaouen

"Echo Echo"

Iscorg Productions

Patrick Jaouen's "Echo Echo" is a mellow and minor affair with a surprising amount of velocity. There is more momentum and sustained energy to be found in Jaouen's acoustic drive than in the bulk of the indie-leaning genre you would likely associate with him. The vocals are devoid of drama or over-emphasis. He doesn't try too hard. What's unique is the fact that Jaouen's music is transitional, as if his true sound is on the way. "Echo Echo" takes us on the adventure with the artist.


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